Archives by Month: August 2013

Putting the Pieces Together…

Posted by in Simple Forensic Methods | August 27, 2013

  During my school vacations as a child, my family and I often had fun working together on jigsaw puzzles.  My favorite puzzle had about 270 pieces and I put that one together so many times by myself that I… Read More

Some Considerations When Evaluating Wind Damage – A Case Study (Study #1)

Posted by in Wind Damage | August 20, 2013

Case Study #1 – July 10, 2013 – Bellevue, Ohio A severe storm passed through Ohio on July 10, 2013 causing various wind related damages.  The National Weather Service at Cleveland Hopkins Airport measured maximum winds of 38 MPH out… Read More

Recent Severe Weather in Northeast Ohio – July 10, July 20, & August 7, 2013

Posted by in Weather Events | August 08, 2013

Maybe my memory is too short, but I cannot remember the last time we had three tornado touchdowns in Northeast Ohio during one summer.  A tornado on July 10 damaged crops, trees, buildings, etc. in Bellevue; another on July 20 reportedly… Read More